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Rikku by heylorlass
Rikku by heylorlass


I drew this picture from a fanart on . I don't know who the original artist was who drew this picture. But I loved it so much that I had to try it myself.
I have looked all over for the original artist so I could ask his or her permission to put this on the website, but I can't find it anymore. If anyone knows could they please tell me and I'll ask their permission.
The original picture is signed with a W Y if that helps any and is drawn in blue ink.
Again I didn't trace it. I never trace anything and I did it all from free hand
Thanks for looking!

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Category Games » - by Publisher » Square-Enix » Final Fantasy series » Final Fantasy X-2 » Characters (the Gullwings) Media Graphite pencil
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Sakuri on April 25, 2006, 6:54:12 PM

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The proportion of her body looks


shiny_angel on April 13, 2006, 7:03:04 AM

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shiny_angelwow!! i think i like rikku better than i like yuna and paine.. she is so cool!! your picture makes her even more cooler^^
good job

Egyptian_Dragon on April 12, 2006, 10:43:48 AM

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Egyptian_DragonAwesome!! Her hair and sleeves I especially like! Shading and detail is great! Another amazing pic ^_^

FFX-2_Fan on April 11, 2006, 12:04:37 AM

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FFX-2_FanAwwww sooo cute. I love her pose and the detail. Must of taken you ages. Keep up the exellent work. *faves*

Maestro on April 1, 2006, 4:56:21 PM

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That's nothing to be ashamed of, really... It all comes with practice - everything you saw in my gallery was done with... (**drumroll**)... a mechanical pencil!!! Ta-da! Yep, I used a mechanical .05 pencil (Japanese-made Zebra) to do all the super-small details AND the shading (which got alittle nuts sometimes, timewise) But it gave me total control of my linear projection, which in turn made the parameters for my shading alot easier! I used lead which felt similar to an HB or one B lower (they don't exactly classify lead in that regard) The ability to get the extremely contrasted lights and darks was all in my wrist!! Now, don't get me wrong, numbered pencils are great in many avenues, and yes, they are the "professional" way of doing graphite, but when I used them, I found myself going for the sharpener all too often, as I got too used to my constantly fine point of the Zebra. They are, however, great when filling in a large area with a certain shade - they save tons of time, and allow for consistency. But everything you saw in my gallery was done on 11x8 paper, so it was small enough to need the constant finesse. So, really, it's all about finding what works for you - what enables you to achieve that, which you have envisioned.

Oh, and to preserve my pics (because they will eventually smudge...), I keep mine in nice transparent plastic sleeves, which are rather cheap!


heylorlass on March 31, 2006, 7:04:18 PM

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heylorlassOooh! I saw your gallery! Well, I'm very unprofessional in using pencils. *Oh the shame* I just use whatever I can find lying around my room. So usually just a sharp HB. Its an old picture. The lines and shading were once a lot brighter.

Maestro on March 30, 2006, 11:06:55 AM

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MaestroAwesome work!! I love your attention to detail here (I usually obsess with detail in my own art too, see my gallery if you like...) Your shading is great too. What pencils did you use?

heylorlass on March 29, 2006, 1:25:24 AM

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Mr_Rikku_Luva on March 28, 2006, 12:11:04 PM

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Mr_Rikku_LuvaWow nice, this pics great, thanx for ur comment :)

VaLaRiA72 on March 7, 2006, 4:43:47 AM

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